Mrs. Oliver takes this position equipped with years of experience in community and economic development in addition to change management and budgeting experience. Previously serving as the Director of Corporate Recruitment at the State of Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development and Salt Lake County’s Director of Regional Economic Development, Mrs. Oliver understands the impacts of federal, state and county legislative direction on the local business owner and community development.
In this role Mrs. Oliver will oversee City planning, business licensing, plans examination, code enforcement, building inspection, and participate in the city’s economic development ventures.
When asked what her primary goal is for the Department her answer is simply to “create a more transparent and streamlined development process for the public.” Without pause she says that “Draper City has some of the most talented, hardworking staff that I have ever met and I am excited to be joining this team of professionals.”
When not at work you can find Christina, her husband and two sons at the Treehouse Athletic Club, biking on one of Draper City’s many biking trails or visiting local retail establishments throughout the city.
Her office is open and she would love for you to come in and say ‘Hello.’